This came at the perfect time! I’m just starting to dive into SEO. Before, I didn’t care too much about what the alt tag said, I only cared about the Pinterest description. Then this email about Tasty Pins landed in my inbox and solved the problem before I even had a chance to worry about it too much! It works great and gives me everything I need for Pinterest and SEO. Thanks guys!

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Karen

The Food Charlatan

Pinterest is essential for driving traffic to my blog. It was also my downfall. You can imagine my excitement when Tasty Pins was created! I love, love this plug in. It has been one of the best investments I have made. It is so easy to use. Once you upload a photo to your media file everything you need to create an awesome Pinnable image is right there. It is a great time saver!

When you purchase this plugin, you will receive two tutorials. One focuses on writing great Pinterest descriptions and the other is on Alt Tags. (I needed help on both of those areas.)

Don’t waste any time. Purchase Tasty Pins today! Your blog will thank you! 🙂

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Bridget Towery

Baking with Bridget

The Tasty Pins plugin is really easy to use and it’s very helpful. Using it means that my images are optimized for SEO with proper alt text, making them accessible, and also the optimizes those same images for Pinterest. It’s a win-win in a super user-friendly package!

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Julia

Imagelicious

This plug in is excellent! I’ve been blogging for a year and working really diligently on building traffic. I know how important optimizing for SEO is, and I also know how important using the right keywords for Pinterest is! Until this plug in, I always felt conflicted for which I should do! With this plugin, I can do BOTH so easily. I feel like I’m building a strong foundation for future success, and I’m thankful for this easy-to-use plugin to help me get there!

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Cynthia Markova

Home Beautifully

Tasty Pins has made optimizing my images for both SEO and Pinterest infinitely easier! Before I was hand coding a lot of the data, so WP Tasty has saved me loads of time already — and time equals money. I especially love the option to hide a Pinterest-specific image.

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Tara Kuczykowski

Unsophisticook

Tasty Pins makes setting a Pinterest description so easy!

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Danielle Leonard

The Frugal Navy Wife

I am loving the Tasty Pins plugin. I love that it enables me to optimize for both Pinterest and Google at the same time. I am also a huge fan of the feature that enables me to quickly and easily hide Pinterest-specific images. I was doing this before with coding, but it was such a hassle. This makes things so much easier!

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Hannah Whitcomb

Clean Eating Veggie Girl

Tasty Pins was a clear answer to my SEO problem. Using the Tasty Pins plugin is one of the best decisions I ever made.

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Pam Young

Two Cups of Health

Tasty Pins such a helpful and cool plugin. It allows you to add both alt text and Pinterest text while optimizing your images in your blog posts seamlessly. You can also add hidden Pinterest pins easily without adding any code. Truly a useful and lean plugin for WordPress!

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Marnie Schwartz

Being Her Hero

Tasty Pins helps me fully optimize my image descriptions efficiently, and I’ve been able to take advantage of Pinterest hashtags easier than ever. The Pinterest-only image option takes a huge hassle out of my publishing workflow, too. I’m so thrilled to have this plugin!

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Cheryl Malik

40 Aprons

As soon as I heard about the Tasty Pins plugin from Bjork of Food Blogger Pro, I immediately knew I had to have it! In WordPress I’d been using the Alt Text field for my Pinterest description instead of what it’s really meant for – the actual image description. Having a special Pinterest Text box in addition to the Alternative Text field has been a real SEO game-changer for my blog. As a completely non-techie person, I can attest to the beautiful simplicity of the plugin installation. It was a breeze. Hip hip hooray for the Tasty Pins plugin!

Denay DeGuzman

Confetti and Bliss

Wow! This plugin couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve finally decided it’s time to turn my passion into a serious side hustle. Tasty Pins has already increased my Pinterest and blog traffic in a mere matter of days! Thank you so much WP Tasty for helping me chase my dreams!

Sara Goldstein

Tomatoes Tomahtos

I had wanted to provide better Pinterest descriptions for a while, so I’m super happy to be able to do this easily with Tasty Pins. Having the possibility to hide an image from the post is something I look forward to, and the whole process of buying, downloading and installing the plugin was seamless. Very happy with my purchase.

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Pilar Hernandez

En mi cocina hoy

Tasty Pins is a must for any website that relies on visuals to promote their brand and to get their message across. As a quilt blogger, I need to optimise my Pinterest traffic, and Tasty Pins was a no-brainer purchase to help me do so.

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Alyce Blyth

Blossom Heart Quilts

We’ve long struggled with how to balance the pull between Pinterest-friendly descriptions and SEO-friendly descriptions of our images. It’s such a relief that we don’t have to choose anymore! Tasty Pins makes it incredibly simple to maximize the reach of our images with one tool in one place.

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Lisa Riedl and Anna Schaber

Garnish with Lemon

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